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In 1992, after being fired from a secret nuclear facility, a KGB agent buried a nuclear suitcase. Sixteen years later he has found a buyer for it. Travelling to the exchange point with the buyer is an undercover policeman.

But as their journey begins, it becomes clear that the agent may be suffering from Stockholm Syndrome, putting the lives of millions across Europe at risk....

©2008 Gerald Seymour (P)2010 WF Howes Ltd

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  • Michael
  • 24-08-2010

At last an unabridged Gerald Seymour on Audible!

At last an unabridged Gerald Seymour on Audible!

This is an excellent recording with great narration and definitely worth a listen.

This book is very good, but by far not Gerald Seymour?s best. Come on Audible lets see more unabridged recording of this mans work, as he has written some fantastic works, many are timeless and should be available on this service.

7 of 8 people found this review helpful

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  • K. B. Fawcett
  • 21-06-2011

A very entetaining tale.

I found this book to be a very nice mix of history, humour and irony. The relationship between the two russian characters is both believable and endearing. Once I had listened to the first chapter I was hooked and coundn't switch it off.

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  • Ronan
  • 24-11-2010

Not his best effort

Having read a few of his works, I like his style but this was a dis-appointment. Overall it felt like a relatively simple story drawn out over an extended period and would probably be better as an abridged version.

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  • Duncan
  • 11-10-2010

Disappointing

I found this book very tedious. Little or no suspense, rambling, overly long and predictable; I could not recommend it.

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  • T. Dickson
  • 22-05-2017

Seymour is almost at his best, but .....

I gave been a longtime fan of Gerald Seymour, but he is now doing happy endings which reduces the realism of his tales.

That said, this book was still very enjoyable.

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  • I
  • 10-06-2016

Seymour at his usual standard

Where does Timebomb rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Seymour set the bar high from his first book. Whilst not an easy read / listen, they are nonetheless worth the effort

Who was your favorite character and why?

Carrick - the undercover police officer. A good strong character with human failings

Have you listened to any of Mike Grady’s other performances? How does this one compare?

Not previously listened

Any additional comments?

Some unusual pronunciations